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not come back. after writing it to books about world war ii and the pacific i worried about those who did not come back and i wondered why they were out there in the first place. . . where did this japanese expansionism start? where did franklin delano roosevelt's problem in the pacific began? when did it began, and what was the united states policy at that point? wet where we saying that we recognized this historical movement, and if so, what was the american, what was america's opinion? and i looked back and found in the summer of 1905, president theodore roosevelt dispatched the largest delegation to age of in u.s. history. a shipload of congressman, senators and administration officials steamed from san francisco out to hawaii, japan, philippines, china, korea and back to san francisco. 100 years later to the month, i followed in the wake of this imperial cruise and i was shocked by what i found. i found many surprises that are detailed in almost every page of the book, but the central thing i found that surprised me was this hidden history that in the summer of 1905, on this imperial
on the pacific ocean that will serve as the key gateway russian energy exports to asian markets. crude oil will eventually be pumped from a huge oil fields in siberia. that means some of russia's oil will be diverted away from europe. we have this report. >> prime minister putin described it as ad rates new year's president for russia. this is the into one of the biggest projects in modern russia. this will export oil from fields in siberia, one of the last untapped oil provinces. the process will now be speeded up. the pipe will be -- a $22 billion oil pipeline will stretch from siberia to china and the pacific. that will allow russians to redirect will trade from europe to the east. last month, the russian oil pipeline monopoly completed the first stretch of the pipeline. from there, boy was taken from rail to the pacific coast. -- oil is taken by rail to the pacific coast. the next section of the pipeline will be completed in 2011. russia helped the pipeline as a step toward diversification. others say it could be used as a political weapon. bbc news. >> more than 125 beached whales hav
through. >>> amazing pictures from deep in the pacific ocean. look at this, the eruption of a deep sea volcano. molten lava exploding under the pacific. a robot witnessed it near samoa. >>> still ahead, looking live, stay tuned, marty will be back with your weather forecast. but first, here's the midday stocks. we'll be right back. >>> there's a couple that are black, a couple that are blond. the fact of the matter is, they all need a home. 8 weeks old. lab retriever mix and if we can help them out, it would be a beautiful thing. the yellow bandanna compliments of mr. base. who believes that together we can make a difference for all animals. you have a good life, okay? >>> let's jump into the weather here. what i want to do is show first- warning doppler. seriously, i don't think we're overexaggerating this. this is going to be a good punch from mother nature. this is a system that has drawn a lot of moisture up and now the low is tapping moisture from the south, the coast along the southeastern states. looking at the snowfall totals. we are saying 6-12", but i want you to lean more
. to prevent more fish, the officials poisoned a six- -mile stretch of the canal. >>> the great pacific garbage patch is out west of california. >> reporter: out in the pacific, tons of garbage are trapped in the ocean. tangled masses of debris filled with plastic bottles and other trash. the trash, much of it degraded to confetti is swirling into the size of texas. a team of researchers recently returned from the great garbage patch. they found all kinds of debris. >> most of it is washing off of the land. here in southern california, every time it rains, the trash that is accumulated in the canyons comes out in the ocean. >> reporter: because of currents and winds, garbage from america and asia is sucked into the clockwise swirl that takes up most of the north pacific. researchers were as -- amazed by what they found in the pacific. billions, if not trillions of bits of plastic in the water and in the stomachs of birds and creatures like the fish which mistake plastic for plankton and contaminate the food chain. >> it is terrible when you think of the sea creatures and life forms that are je
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, pacific life can help you achieve your vision of the future. pacific life...the power to help you succeed. watch the pacific life holiday bowl, wednesday, december 30th. 5pm pacific, 8pm eastern on espn. >>> that huge snowstorm that hit the northeast is stranding thousands of travelers during one of the busiest travel weeks of the year. many of them desperate to get home for christmas and now are getting increasingly anxious to say the least. nicole collins is at reagan national airport in washington which was buried under 18 inches of snow. it was unbelievable is what i was hearing coming out of d.c. looks empty behind you. >> reporter: yeah, the cones were put there because people have been waiting in that line up to two hours at times. i have never seen the cones being brought out. many of the ones in the line are the lucky ones so to speak. they had their flight scheduled today and they were able to go home and go to a hotel room, but there were a bunch of people sleeping on the ground or on benches and airport officials handed out 400 of these blankets, and 600 were districted at dul
pipeline strchingcrs east siberia to china and the pacific. it will allow russ redirect a larg part of its oil tde om europe tthe eas last month, the russianoil pipeline monopol compled the first stretch of the pipeline. from there, oil is currently taken by route tohe pacific coast. in 22, the second section of pipeline should be completed. it could carry up to 1.6 miion barrels of oil r day, about e-third of their current export, directly to that area epared russia --o that area. russia says it is their effort tords prosperity. others say it could be [unintelgible] >>thers were hoped to go ba to sea by volunteers and nservation workers. more than00 died after ty were stranded in the nature reserve. >> you are watching bbc world news. thheadlines this hour, and cutting in and saysit was behind thattacks on a u.s. airliner. -- al qae in him d says it was bind attacks on a u.s. rliner. the presidentlso added h voice to russia, germany and the u.k. inondemning iran's ackdown on antiovernment protesrs. israel has announc plans to build 700 new homes in east jerusalem. it comes despite palesti
spouse outlives you by many years? what will happen if you outlive your savings? pacific life knows that tomorrow's questions require planning today. pacific life has the financial solutions and strength to help you and your financial professional develop a plan. pacific life...the power to help you succeed. >>> well, a high-speed rail line linking england, france and belgium is up and running again after a three-day suspension. eurostar service resumed today. several trains broke down in the tunnel stranding tens of thousands of holiday travelers. morgan neill joins us live and i bet those travelers are so happy to be off those trains. >> reporter: it's amazing, it really is, the difference between what you're seeing behind me here now and what we saw when we first got here this morning, incredible. this station was packed as it has been since saturday really when those first trains broke down in the tunnel and then the rest of those trips were suspended. this station was filled with people hoping to get home to see their families, to see their friends for the holidays, suddenly wo
to find w my dad was and the pacific war. why didn't he fitand condo or argentina? why were we in asia the last century? i stumbled upon this crews a found to my satfaction the answs. tavis: is there a particular thin that really surprised you, something that you thought, i cann believe this? >> that is just about every other page. honest to god, if pele read this and they are ocked and surprised, join the club. i cannot believe it. i was out tre in china on t imperial crue, i stumbled upon the source of frank and delano rooselt -- franklin delano roosevelt money. he got it fro a plant from the opiuking of china. he was a drug dealer. i h no ide. the cabinet house, that is opium money. he was aillegal opium seller th grandpa delano. th big souce was there waso mu hidden hisry to findhen i went othis cruise. tavis: the onehing that many ericans have been remind of, have learned of late, givenhe immediate exposure by preside obama not getting the bel peace prize, there are couple of prior presidentwho have got that while in office, ddy roosevelt onof them. compare, contrast roosevelt win
east siberia to china and the pacific. it will allow russia to redirect a large part of its oil trade from europe to the east. last month, the russian oil pipeline monopoly completed the first stretch of the pipeline. from there, oil is currently taken by route to the pacific coast. in 2012, the second section of pipeline should be completed. it could carry up to 1.6 million barrels of oil per day, about one-third of their current export, directly to that area prepared russia -- to that area. russia says it is their effort towards prosperity. others say it could be [unintelligible] >> others were hoped to go back to sea by volunteers and conservation workers. more than 100 died after they were stranded in the nature reserve. >> you are watching bbc world news. the headlines this hour, and cutting in and says it was behind the attacks on a u.s. airliner. -- al qaeda in him and says it was behind attacks on a u.s. airliner. the president also added his voice to russia, germany and the u.k. in condemning iran's crackdown on anti-government protesters. israel has announced plans to build
" gets things started at 7:00 eastern and 4:00 pacific. until we talk to you next sunday, have a very merry christmas, al michaels, cris collinsworth, andrea kremer, our entire nbc sports crew, saying collinsworth, andrea kremer, our entire nbc sports crew, saying good night from charlotte. captions by vitac www.vitac.com >> a cold insta-weather plus forecast is coming up. >> and with those temperatures falling, the latest [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> the big, big owl. much of the states still under mounds of snow -- the big, big out. good evening, everyone. everywhere you look, snow. a monster storm hammered the. , and now, crews are trying to get all cleared up -- a monster storm hammered the area. john collins has a look at exactly what we were dealt. >> as far as wintertime in the snow is concerned, the baltimore gets 18 to 19 inches of snow on average, and we have a shot past that already, and this is only the first storm. it seemed like it would never end. the sun came out this morni
, check your weather, see what's happening. we've got a big storm system coming on the pacific northwest, gulf coast looking at a lot of wet weather as well. we've got clouds in the northeast, so a real messy day coming into the pacific northwest, especially with rainfall amounts anywhere from two to five inches of rain, one to two-foot snows in the >> there is a little bit of patchy fog out there and about a 40% chance of running into a rain shower. other than, it is not going to be >> that's your latest weather. natalie? >> al, thank you. >>> now to the search for a missing mother in utah. 28-year-old susan powell mysteriously vanished more than a week ago. we'll talk to susan's father in just a moment, but first, the very latest now on the investigation from nbc's miguel almaguer. >> reporter: the search continues but still no sign of susan powell. it's been over a week since the 28-year-old mother of two was last seen, missing from her home outside of salt lake city, leaving behind her purse and cell phone. police call the disappearance suspicious. family and friends say something mu
, authorities are asking people to stay home as a potent pacific storm makes its way east. in reno, nevada, schools and government offices were closed monday. the national weather service predicts the sierra mountains could get up to three feet of snow. in southern california, it's not snow, but rain. it fell filling up water ways and rivers. rescue crews tried to air lift a person who got stuck on an island in the medal of a river. the rain has also soaked fire ravaged mountain sides, creating the perfect condition for massive mudslides. >> i am on a telephone sir where i will get calls from neighborhood people that will al lert letter me to go and i am packed and ready. >> reporter: two more storms are churning away in the pacific creating conditions hawaii has not seen since 1969. surfers and spectators crowded the north and west beaches before dawn. >> there are more people here than i have ever seen. >> reporter: watching for waves to reach heights of 30 to 50 feet. these could be winter storms for the record books. teri okita, cbs news, los angeles. >>> just ahead on the "morning new
. they are not -- they are on the coastal bluffs. this could slide right into the pacific ocean. officials ordered residents out immediately. large chunks of the cliff started plunging into the ocean. it is a 50-foot bluff. the evacuation order is part -- is because of that cliff. there were storms this morning. when it started to dry, it crumbled away. initial evacuation deadline of 5:00 p.m. was rolled up. "we live here because we love the ocean. nothing lasts forever." it appears this might not. a volcano erupting thousands of feet under water in the south pacific ocean. there's a camera here to catch it. look at this. imagine the images. we are told this is the deepest underwater volcano ever photographed. it is located halfway between hawaii and new zealand. jonathan hunt has the story on this. >> this is really cool. scientists are watching this volcano. a group of u.s. scientists took a high definition camera, a submersible named jason, and set out. what they found is amazing to watch. those bursting laudable goals have microbes and tiny shrimp -- bursting lava bubbles have microbes and tiny shrimp. this is the firs
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%. but axa asia pacific skyrocketing by nearly 13%. amp not doing badly, either, at 4%. >>> aig will reportedly file a per expectus of its life insurance unit before christmas. the hong kong listing of aia is expected to raise $10 billion to odds 20 billion u.s. dollars. and turning to other ipo news, over in china, the securities regulator has given china first heavy industries the nod for a shanghai listing worth rdz 1.2 billion. the machinerymaker plans to use the monies to boost its working capital. cfai will issue up to $1.2 billion ai shares and that's equivalent to up to 30% of its expanded capital. >> retailers are working extra hard to get you to spend more. check out our nation's log on cnbc.com to find out what tricks retailers have up their sleeves. ross, some interesting tricks there. >> they get you in the shot shop, didn't they? that is a start. >>> was it all just a waste of energy? the copenhagen climate summit is in its last two days. we'll leave you with a quick look at oil. you'll get flow of money into that. . the two-year note, we had the widest spread on r
on it it is amazing. if i were to total up the mileage of the three trails, appalachian trail, pacific crest trail and the continental divide trail it is equal to something shy of 8,000 miles. that's three times coast-to- coast across the united states i walked. it is mind boggling that a person can do that. i've done it. >> amazing. i want to get to everything in term of your adventures and how you got started with this. you got started later and forced into retirement. we read something about a wild adventure. we want to put up a quote for the viewers at home. an entry you wrote in wyoming, heading down the backside of the decent is almost as suicidal as climbing up the mountain. this mountain is begging me to make a mistake but i live to see another day were you ever scared? >> yes, very much so. there were several occurrences on the trail. i crossed 150 rivers and got swept off my feet under water and i destroyed four digital cameras because of being underwater. yes, the task of climbing that mountain and then having reached the summit all of a sudden i look down and here is this rock face --
as he experienced how climate change is impacting people today in the south pacific. >> we have been trying to get here for a few days now. it actually took five flights from leaving from southern china. they say that the water is actually going to cover this entire island within a few years. what's going to happen to you? i have asthma. and when my symptoms-the coughing, wheezing, tightness in my chest came back- i knew i had to see my doctor. he told me i had choices in controller medicines. we chose symbicort. symbicort starts to improve my lung function within 15 minutes. that's important to me because i know the two medicines in symbicort are beginning to treat my symptoms and helping me take control of my asthma. and that makes symbicort a good choice for me. symbicort will not replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. and should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort contains formoterol. medicines like formoterol may increase the chance of asthma-related death. so, it is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on other asthma medicines. see your doctor if you
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on "sunday night football." "football night in america" gets things started at 7:00 eastern, and 4:00 pacific. bengals/jets. >>> meanwhile, dallas wins tonight 17-0. the final score. on to the playoffs they go. on to new york we go. happy new year, everybody. we'll talk to you next week. our enti nbc sports crew, tonight from feddics field in maryland. captions by vitac www.vitac.com >> three homicides in seven hours. i am melissa carlson. we will have that story coming up. >> >> waiting for the nex >> good evening. i am deborah weiner. the big story tonight, four weekend shootings leaves three people dead and drives the city's homicide rate higher. this as authorities prepare to release year-end counts. the victims include a father and a prominent pikesville business man. >> the first of the three homicides happened with a businessman from pikesville as you mentioned. his body was found inside the office of his building. now they are calling his death a mystery. >> police tape marks offer the area where he died. it all happened in the victim's story. they were called to this location in the
through the pacific. you can see from the pictures the waves have attracted thousands of surfers and tourists. they are anticipating waves as high a 50 feet. just a reminder of our main news, at least 127 people are killed and more than 400 injured by car bombs that happened almost simultaneously and they are blaming al-qaeda and they feel they are trying to scare voters away from the elections due early next year. >> funding was made possible by freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont and honolulu. the newman's own foundation and john d. & catherine t. macarthur foundation and union bank. >> union bank has put its financial strength to work for a wide range of companies, what can we do for you? >> i'm julia stiles. >> i'm kevin bacon. >> i'm kim cattrall. i am ken burns. >> i am lili taylor. >> i am henry louse7├žkhv9uis ga public broadcasting is my source for news about the world. for intelligent conversations. >> i am kerry washington and public broadcasting is my source for intelligent connections to my community. >> "bbc world news" was
, an island nation in the south pacific, when more than 80 children were adopted by american parents through the adoption agency "focus on children." what were you told about this little girl's background. >> that her parents could not put food on the table to feed her and they wanted her to be able to have a meal and be able to have a better life. >> reporter: was she technically an orphan. >> that's what we were told. >> reporter: the cost seemed reasonable, about $13,000. so mike and kari nyberg agreed to adopt the three-year-old little girl who they named elleia. they were told she had been living in f.o.c.'s orphanage for months. it wasn't until they brought her home to utah and she began to set until and learn english... >> say hi, daddy. >> hi, daddy. >> reporter: ...that they began to suspect something w
this year's big stories tonight at 7:00 and 10:00 p.m. eastern and pacific. it's called "with all due respect" right here on hln. >>> passengers who mred flights at washington's reagan national airport are scrambling to rebook today. the airport was swamped with water from a broken pipe that left ankle-high water at a backage claim area yesterday. repair crews found the problem. they shut off the water two hours later. >> pretty much every possible negative experience i could have ever imagined has happened, and i have been traveling -- i'm 26. i have been traveling since i was 11. >> they were not telling people what was going on. we didn't know there was a flood until it was too late to get to a plane at another gate. and that's why i'm disgruntled. just a lack of communication. all they had to do was announce to people, let them know what's going on. they didn't do that. >> an airport spokeswoman says the terminal "c" baggage claim and a dozen gates had to be closed, but they have reopened today. a us airways spokesman said the airline had to cancel several flights because of that
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outlive your savings? pacific life knows that tomorrow's questions require planning today. pacific life has the financial solutions and strength to help you and your financial professional develop a plan. pacific life...the power to help you succeed. >>> stocks fell yesterday with the dow snapping a four session winning streak. but the buying is likely to pick back up again this morning following a series of encouraging economic reports. we always like the sound of that. susan, what's the scoop? >> we're expecting a higher open as applause sounds waiting for the opening bell. new home construction rebounded by nearly 9% last month. all areas of the country are showing strength and building permits, a sign of future building, surged by a greater than expected 6%. a separate report on consumer prices shows inflation remains in check last month. and i should give the federal reserve the room it needs to keep interest rates at historic lows near zero. the central bank will issue its final policy statement of 2009 about 2:15 eastern time. ben better napky may take the spotlight himself today
. >>> the legend of colton harris-moore continues to grow, stretching well beyond the pacific northwest, into international folk lore, with his own facebook fan club to boot. but police say this young man is responsible for a string of brazen crimes befitting a dangerous outlaw. and now that he's turned 18, the stakes are even higher. yet, he's still on the run, as neal karlinsky now reports. >> reporter: we were warned that what we're doing right here could be dangerous, but when you're on the trail of an infamous teenage bandit, there's just no avoiding it. mom's house is at the top of the list. hello? >> what do you gentlemen want? >> reporter: we just came to talk to pam. >> beg your pardon? >> reporter: i want to talk to pan. >> what do you want? >> reporter: we're with abc news just want to talk to her about colton. we don't know the angry man with a stick, but police told us not to take him lightly. pam is a mother to a teenage fugitive on the loose, the likes of which has never been seen before. >> police are still looking for harris moore. >> investigators say the teenage has b
in from the pacific. headed straight to california and the mountain west. i'll have more on that coming up. >> all right. thank you, bonnie. >>> we're used to supermodels not wearing a whole lot. they wear very little. >> okay. >> you don't know where i'm going, huh? >> oh, that's where you're going. >> we're not used to seeing them wear crosses. that one there. she is wearing a cross. a perfectly placed cross. >> strategically. >> the feedback coming in, and a lot of folks not too happy about it. >>> hello, everybody. welcome back. let's get you some weather. we'll look out your window. some places very severe. >> the first snowfall for many locations. in philadelphia, for example, the snow is falling. couple inches on the ground. not too much. and the storm system exiting the philadelphia area, working its way across new england. rain and snow there. take a look at pictures what it looked like on the ground there. big, white fluffy flakes, not sticking too much to the roadways. but it did accumulate on grassy areas. another place that got the first snowfall of the season, i want to show
and electric automobile industries, among others. >> and we had a pretty tepid debut from china pacific insurance today. that is the one's third largest life insurer. take a look at the closing price, 28.30 as opposed to the closing price of 28. that's just about 1% higher from its debut price, the company, of course, raising $3 billion in its hong kong ipo making it the world's seventh largest this year. brokers say investors are probably holding out for general listings, but remain upbeat by the prospects of china's insurance sector. the head of china pacific shares the same sentiment. take a listen. >> translator: looking into the future, we'll concentrate on our main insurance business, strive for increases in our value and work hard to build a first class group with global business. >> that was g aoi guofu, chairman of china pacific. ross. >> we'll take a look at the war in iraq as we continue our decade in review series. >>> you're watching cnbc's "worldwide exchange." that's the silhouette we have here in london. the 10-year cash guild just hit a 10-year high. stocks in germany h
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sarah's father on why she bailed out of hawaii pacific university. there were too many asians and pacific islanders. quoting chucky, "they were a minority type thing and it wasn't glamorous, so she came home." >>> the mystery suicide at george bush's gitmo. three detainees dead on one night in 2006. ruling, they killed themselves by stuffing rags down their own throats then tying their own hands together then hanging themselves. >>> the latest far right conspiracy theory about the president. he addressed the nation last tuesday, says the mayor of a suburb of memphis, so obama could preempt a charlie brown christmas. >>> the crash of glenn beck. the movie version of his big hit christmas book sells 17 tickets in new york city. >>> and how many women are now on the list of tiger woods' trysts? nine? no one is sure, exactly. suffice it to say, he's well over par. >>> and three new motion news videos. also, if the computer-generated van is a rocking, don't come a knocking. he slices one to the right and tiger has asked out an operator here at "time" magazine. >> we have received a
a got possibility here for your monday and tuesday. flood watches have been posted as the pacific system continues to be on the move. then we have a new system moving into the pacific northwest. this is a great concern for the efforts still trying to take place in the mt. hood area where three hikers have been missing. one person unfortunately was found killed. winter storm watches have been posted. 12 to 18 inches of snow can be expected here. that is starting tomorrow afternoon and continuing into the day on your tuesday. if you've been trying to travel this weekend, it's been very challenging. not just because of those winter storms. we've had a lot of fog, especially across parts of the southeast and those gulf coast states. ground stop in atlanta, more than an hour for many cities across the northeast and san francisco has delays as well. the big picture for tomorrow, the heavy rain in the south. we'll see a wintry mix across the upper midwest. but this is light this time around. and we'll see that new storm in the pacific northwest while the southwest starts to dry out. so a whole
shipping, a first from ups. there. now you're done. >> larry: tomorrow we'll be on 9:00 pacific, midnight eastern following the obama address on afghanistan. judge jeannine pirro had harsh words for the salahis and the secret service. you can read her blog at cnn.com/larryking. if you agree or don't agree, we want to hear about it and i can't even pronounce my own name. tareq salahi has been in a feud with his family over the family business, a winery in virginia, it's parents against son. and the other brother, ismail, agrees with the parents. here's what he said earlier today. >> i was just as surprised as everybody else was. this is something that i don't think has ever been done before. i can't say i'm proud that he's done this. i was just as surprised as the rest of the nation was. i was shocked by it. but i don't definitely put it past him and his wife to do something like this. i think an investigation is going to be done by both the white house and secret service. that's my understanding. so i think they should definitely be treated like anybody else. celebrity status or not. >> l
a "return to tarawa." leon cooper, the world war ii veteran, survivor, present, of the pacific theater and steven c. barber, the producer and director of this documentary. how did you come about to do this? >> i was on a mountain bike ride 13 years ago and i ran into eddie albert. long story short, he invited me in, we got to be good friends. during the interview process he showed me this medal he had won. he was in the battle of tarawa. told me all about it, told me we lost 3,000, 4,000 men. fast-forward ten years, i meet this gentleman. i asked him -- we were at the book fair at ucla. i said, did you know eddie albert? he said, absolutely. i remember seeing him, japanese bull etds were flying flgt he was dragging marines out of the bay. i said, leon, that's 65 years ago. how could you remember that? he said that's something you'll never forget. >> larry: ed, how did they get you involved? >> i'm not sure who asked me, but i met with steven and leon, and he told me his story and what he was doing and the documentary they were working on. i saw the film and i said, yeah, i'd be happy t
on japanese fishermen. >> huge jellyfish, iading the waters off japan's pacific coast. sending profs down the drain. more from margaret conley. >> reporter: tentacles trailing behind, knees giant jellyfish, glide gracefully through the waters of japan. but up to seven feet in diameter. and some weighing over 600 pounds. they've become a threat to the fishing industry here. for years, the giant jellies have swarmed the sea of japan. but this year, there are more. and they're extending their drift to around the country. this is definitely an invasion, this man says. jellyfish are pests that kill our fish. the small delicacy ones. they're so big, they crush our fish. and that affects our market. we want to get rid of them. some say the jellyfish have drifted in from the waters of china and korea. others say overfishing and global warming are to blame. according to scientists here, the temperature of the waters surrounding japan, is on the size. and these intruders could affect consumers' bottom line. it will affect fishing in the ocean, says this man. and if we can't get fish, we'll have to
for the pacific northwest so some flight delays there. for us for today we'll have temperatures getting and holding steady above freezing for a large part of the day. a lot of melting of that snow. and we'll have some sunshine in and out and clear tonight. back below freezing by mid-evening and down near 20 tomorrow morning should be sunny and cold tomorrow with highs in the mid-30s and highs only in the mid-30s on thursday. for christmas morning we might have a little bit of freezing rain, perhaps sleet, little light snow in the higher elevations. changes to rain. should end by late friday morning and very early saturday morning and dry the rest of the weekend. how is the traffic? >> eastbound i-66 as we mentioned earlier right side of the roadway is tied up heading through vienna. dump truck removing snow, to do so they have to make sure that right lane is closed. back to you. >>> now to the startling story out of new york city. two emts are accused of refusing to help a pregnant woman who collapsed. >> that woman later died at the hospital and the excuse given by the emts -- they sai
in the twin cities. 30s in the northeast and 30s in the pacific northwest. >> coming up, back on the trail, sarah palin looking more and more like a candidate again. >>> and, a warning to parents >>> recapping the new developments on the bailout, the obama administration will tell lawmakers today at that loss from the $700 billion bank bailout will be $200 billion less than expected. the program is expected to show a $20 billion profit from the money invested in banks. but it's forecast to lose $30 billion on investments on aig. a much smaller loss could pave the way to spend more on jobs or create new jobs. >>> friday's job report has some worrying on wall street. investors are worrying that evidence of a rebounding economy will force them to scale back on stocks. the dow had a modest claim climbing near 80 points to close at 10,388. in london, the ftse opened lower. >>> beef packers incorporated is recalling nearly 23,000 pounds of beef because of a possible salmonella contamination. the beef was sold until stores in arizona and new mexico. >>> the consumer product safety commission is p
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